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King James Dictionary
INCUR', L. incurro, to run against in and curro, to run.
1. Literally, to run against hence, to become liable to to become subject to. Thus, a thief incurs the punishment of the law by the act of stealing, before he is convicted, and we have all incurred the penalties of God's law.
2. To bring on as, to incur a debt to incur guilt to incur the displeasure of God to incur blame or censure.
3. To occur to meet to press on.
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Entry for 'Incur'. King James Dictionary. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/kjd/i/incur.html.